Charlotte-Gastonia-Concord, NC-SC

Charlotte City Council Member Calls for New Multifamily Construction Moratorium
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Charlotte City Council Member Calls for New Multifamily Construction Moratorium

As Charlotte’s luxury boom continues, its residents have experienced a 35% rise in... More

Building Green Without LEED
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Building Green Without LEED

Charlotte low-rise adopts energy-efficient features but eschews green certification. More

Lennar Multifamily Closes on Purchase of Former Pepsi Bottling Site
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Lennar Multifamily Closes on Purchase of Former Pepsi Bottling Site

Firm buys 5.2-acre site in Charlotte, plans to build 432-unit mixed-use community. More

MPF Takes a Closer Look at the Nation’s Busiest Apartment Construction Submarkets
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MPF Takes a Closer Look at the Nation’s Busiest Apartment Construction Submarkets

Uptown Charlotte, N.C., takes the top spot, followed by Frisco/Prosper in Dallas. More

Marriott Prepares for Gen Z With an Innovation Lab Hotel
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Marriott Prepares for Gen Z With an Innovation Lab Hotel

In Charlotte, the chain trys out new concepts guests can evaluate in real time. More

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Putting on the Ritz: How to Stand Out in the Class A Sector Putting on the Ritz: How to Stand Out in the Class A Sector

As renter expectations grow ever more sophisticated, high-end product continues to evolve to sate demand, and B and C properties reap the collateral rewards. More

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Bell, DRA sell 20,000 Units in $1.8 Billion Deal

The Dallas-based private equity firm, Lone Star Funds, purchased the massive portfolio in a transaction that was estimated to cost about $1.8 billion. New York-based DRA Advisors and Greensboro, N.C.-based Bell Partners announced the sale on Thursday in a news release. More

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Chris Herman Is Helping Balfour Residential Reach New Heights as MFE's 2014 Rising Star Chris Herman Is Helping Balfour Residential Reach New Heights as MFE's 2014 Rising Star

Chris Herman, of Balfour Residential and MFE's Rising Star of 2014, went from design to development. More

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Bumpy Road Ahead for Occupancies Bumpy Road Ahead for Occupancies

Many primary markets should see vacancies climb by the close of 2015 as supply outpaces demand. And many of the most at-risk markets are in the South, including Charlotte, N.C., Austin, Texas, and Orlando, Fla. More

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